Ju­nior bas­ket­ballers im­press on court

Campaspe News - - SPORT -

ROCHESTER Tigers Ju­nior Bas­ket­ball com­peted in its first tour­na­ment last week­end, send­ing six teams across to Echuca in dif­fer­ent age groups and gen­ders.

The Rochester Bas­ket­ball As­so­ci­a­tion com­mit­tee were de­lighted at be­ing able to field so many sides in the tour­na­ment, as it aims to pro­vide top qual­ity bas­ket­ball in the area.

The Tigers un­der 18 girls team was the only side to com­pete in A divi­sion.

The girls did not win a match dur­ing the tour­na­ment, but were com­pet­i­tive, only los­ing by small mar­gins in each game.

The re­main­ing five teams were fielded in the B divi­sion, with the un­der 18 boys claim­ing one win.

The un­der 16 girls won two of their matches while the un­der 16 boys pro­duced the best re­sult for the club, claim­ing three wins through­out the tour­na­ment.

The un­der 14 boys claimed two vic­to­ries and while the un­der 12s were un­able to man­age a win through­out the tour­na­ment, they showed great im­prove­ment through­out the car­ni­val.

The RBA would like to thank its spon­sors for their sup­port of the club and has con­grat­u­lated their play­ers on their ef­forts across the tour­na­ment.

Rochester’s un­der 14 boys won two games at last week­end’s tour­na­ment in Echuca.

Rochester’s un­der 12 boys.

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